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Murrysville Community Park – Main Park
Murrysville Community Park (MCP) continues to expand. Thanks to the efforts of several volunteers the 1.5 mile Valley Hiking Trail was installed from the Sears house through the woods to the highest point overlooking the sport fields. A 2.5 mile paved walking trail that circles the park was added in 2016. The Rotary Miracle Field Complex provides ADA accessible play on a beautiful baseball field and all-purpose court, a pavilion and restrooms. An ADA accessible playground is soon to be installed.
paved walking trail
(3) multi-use fields
(4) baseball/softball fields
pavilion with 8 tables, electric, grills and restrooms
bocce and shuffleboard courts
Rotary Miracle Field Complex
Murrysville Community Park – Wetlands Wildlife Area
The Wetlands Pavilion, across the road from the main entrance, boasts a pavilion with restrooms, an indoor space with tables and chairs, and electricity. The indoor space provides a fantastic opportunity for community, school and homeschool groups to hold meetings or classes and take advantage of the learning opportunities the wetlands area has to offer. Walking trails that offer excellent wildlife viewing are also available, as well as WiFi and live webcam.
pavilion with 4 tables
indoor classroom/rental space
Murrysville Community Park – Dog Park
“Paws on the Run” Dog Park, located on Farm Road, offers fenced-in areas for both large and small dogs and was made possible through a donation from the Brooks Family of Murrysville.
Murrysville Community Park – Scouting Knob
This area of the park is located off of Bollinger Road and was created in partnership with local Scout troops through Boy Scout Eagle Scout projects and is reserved for use only by Scouting groups. Use of this area can be coordinated by calling the Recreation Department at 724-327-2100 ext. 115 or ext. 104.
Directions from Monroeville: Take Route 22 east and turn left onto Cline Hollow Road (across from the Walnut Hollow Plaza) Directions from Delmont: Take Route 22 west and turn right onto Cline Hollow Road. From this Point: Follow Cline Hollow until it T-junctions with Hills Church Road. Turn left onto Hills Church Road. Hills Church Road then turns into Wiestertown Road. Follow Wiestertown Road until you reach the park. The main park is on your left and the Wetlands is on your right. For the Dog Park, continue past the main entrance to the park and turn right onto Farm Road; the park is on the right.
Directions from Route 286: (Saltsburg Road – the stretch between Route 380 and Route 66): turn onto Hilty Road (located between Mamont and Lockwood Roads). Turn at the second right onto Wiestertown Road, past Farm Road (on the left). Pass the small farm house on the right. Turn right into the park (if you get to Evans/Bollinger Road, you have gone too far).
Directions from Route 66: (North of Route 22 intersection; south of Route 286) Turn west onto Kistler Road. Turn right onto Hilty Road. Turn left onto Wiestertown Road. Pass Farm Road (on the left). Pass the small farm house on the right. Turn right into the park.
Pond Life at the Murrysville Community Park Wetlands (please click on this link to view the Pondwatcher website).